Introducing English: essays in the intellectual work of composition
James Slevin traces how composition emerged for him not as a vehicle for improving student writing, but rather as a way of working collaboratively with students to interpret educational practices and work for educational reform.
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Introducing English: Essays in the Intellectual Work of Composition
James F. Slevin
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